ALIGEGEO Provincial Secondary School in Malaita province resumed classes starting this week.
The school suspended its classes last week after their dining hall was razed by fire.
This has forced the school administration and management to suspend classes and send all students back to their respective homes.
Malaita Province Premier Daniel Suidani confirmed to Solomon star Friday that Aligegeo Provincial Secondary will resume its school activities this week.
Mr Suidani said the he has already had a meeting with the school board and management to sort out transportation of students back to school starting yesterday.
“They all agreed to resume school classes next week,” he said.
He said a temporary kitchen has already been completed and now fit for all cooking activities.
He announces that Parliament member for North Malaita constituency Levi Senley Filualea and Parliament Member for East Malaita Manasseh Maelanga has offered their support to help the school to transport all the students back to school.
“The school expects to welcome all students back starting today.
“Vehicles have been arranged by the two MPs’ to start transporting students back to school starting today (Saturday),” Mr Suidani said.
Meanwhile, the Malaita premier thanked the two MPs’ on behalf of the Malaita provincial government for the good heart of supporting students and Aligegeo School.